Our CEO Will Fox is once again leading our
special overland safari through Botswana in May 2018. This amazing tour is only
available once per year and offers unbeatable value. Starting in Johannesburg,
we visit the Okavango Delta, Moremi and Chobe National Parks and then Victoria
Falls before a flight back to Johannesburg.
We have limited places remaining for this special safari and will close the
book shortly, so if you are interested in this amazing trip then please Email Carol to
register your interest and secure a no commitment option.
This unique safari is for those
who are looking for something different and enjoy travelling in Africa,
where the journey is as important as the places you visit. We travel from
South Africa to Northern Botswana and on to Zimbabwe and the magnificent
Victoria Falls, with return flight to Johannesburg. Along the way you will
visit the Okavango Delta, Moremi and Chobe National Park and much more. We
travel in specially adapted air conditioned 4x4 vehicles with roof top tents,
and mix camping in remote locations with game lodge accommodation. Our
next overland safari departs from Johannesburg on the 13th of May 2018 when the
weather is normally ideal for this form of travel and for visiting many of the
locations. CLICK HERE to
read the full itinerary.
An excursion to see Victoria Falls is a
very popular ‘add on’ to our safaris. After all it is just a short flight away.
And for those who would like to be transported back in time to enjoy the
historic, colonial style of hotel, we have a special package available
exclusively to our newsletter subscribers.
The Victoria Falls Hotel, popularly known as "the grand old lady of
the falls", is a luxurious 5-Star Hotel on a World Heritage site
overlooking the falls. Established in 1904, and recently redecorated. This
gracious colonial style hotel is set in the lush tropical gardens and
epitomizes the romance of grand travel, offering total relaxation.
On the same theme, you can also experience true colonial splendour from a
bygone era of luxury steam train travel. Dining on an historic Royal
Livingstone luxury steam train as it travels through the African bush,
provoking vivid memories of a bygone era.
South African tourism is experiencing a
boom especially for safaris taken in the greater Kruger Park area. I think it's
fair to say that the secret is out and the main cause of this boom, is the
exceptional value and quality of a safari in the Kruger area. Which is great
news, however, this does mean that places for safaris in 2018 are filling fast.
Our lodges and game reserves maintain strict limits on the number of people,
based on sound ecological reasoning i.e. to avoid pressure on their precious
All of this means that we are already seeing a lot of advance bookings as our
guests take up the special discounts we are offering in 2018. Gone are days of
last minute bargains. Quiet the opposite, it's now the case that the best deals
are found when booking early.
We are already filling our book for safaris in 2018, especially for our special offers, which we
will be ending shortly. So if you are thinking of a safari in 2018, grab a
bargain now, while our special offersare
Our 2018 big cat special group safari in India
has sold out. However, we are now available to offer a second special safari
from the 6th-15th April. This five star safari starts and ends in Delhi and
includes three nights (each) at Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Park.
Five star accommodation, domestic flights, transfers, sightseeing tour in Delhi
and fully guided game drives, included.
Contact Carol for more information and discounted rates
Before he was tragically killed in 1989, George Adamson famously wrote:
"Who will now care for the animals, for they cannot look after themselves? Are there young men and women who are willing to take on this charge? Who will raise their voices, when mine is carried away on the wind, to plead their case?"
Undoubtedly, the threat to Lions has increased in the intermediary years since George died and (sadly) wild Lion populations across Africa have fallen dramatically, primarily due to habitat loss.
But where there is life there is hope, which is why we are developing fresh wildlife education projects. Not just education for the sake of it but a study into what is the most effective way of offering wildlife conservation education to local communities.
Living in the USA and hoping to go on safari in 2018?
The weak pound against the dollar offers an amazing opportunity to grab a bargain when booking a safari with us, due to the current exchange rates.
This blip in the exchange rates, is unlikely to last long, indeed the trend is already heading upward, but you can still grab a bargain. www.ontracksafaris.com
Check out our website, choose you safari and then email Carol to book your safari while the rates are still at an unprecedented low.